New muffin forms were a good excuse to make these cakes. They were really moist and soft. That is important to me because I am not a big fan of dry cakes. The addition of whipped cream made them really similar to a famous Black Forest cake. I think it is worth making them. The recipe comes from this blog. Enjoy!
Mazurek is a traditional cake baked for Easter in Poland. There was no tradition of making mazurek in my family home but I remembered the taste of it from multiple visits to aunts and grandmas. I think by far my favourite mazurek is made from chocolate, caramel and nuts but I wanted to try something different and chose this one. It comes from Dorota and it tastes the best after 1-2 days. Enjoy!
It is official. I cannot find any other recipes for pancakes. This is the last one, unless I will decide to make the chocolate ones. The recipe comes from here and the result was tasty although not amazing. I still believe it’s worth trying though. Enjoy!
Edit: It was actually first birthday of my blog! Thanks for visiting me this whole time!
I felt like having pierogi. Was a bit afraid that the filling will not match but it was really good. It tastes a little like a pie but in a form of pierogi. I found the recipe ages ago but did not write down the address so I will not share it here. Sorry. The dish is totally worth making. Enjoy!
Yummy! Very delicate, mouth-watering and heavenly light (at least that’s the impression without looking at the calories ;)). I wanted to make it for a long time but always some ingredient was missing. Finally I made it and it was sooooo tasty. The recipe comes from my guru’s book Dorota Swiatkowska (yes, after writing a culinary blog you can actually publish a book ;)) called “Moje Wypieki” (My baking). Totally worth trying!
I should have started my journey through pancakes with the basic recipe but I did not. Why? No idea. Maybe because I considered them to be too normal. That was a mistake. They are by far my favourite kind of pancakes. Puffy, fluffy, thick and delicious. I had them with the apple mousse and honey and I felt like in heaven. Recipe of course from irreplaceable Dorota. Enjoy!
Had to come up with something for a Saturday dinner and found this tart while looking through a BBC Good Food book called “101 cheap eats”. I was a bit sceptical about the taste but I was not disappointed. The result was creamy and dreamy ;). Totally worth trying!
Lecho is an originally Hungarian dish consisting of peppers, sausage, bacon and onion and sometimes also tomatoes. I learnt how to make lecho at home. My mom is making it every now and then and I really like it. Last Sunday was full of spring vibe and I decided that it’s time for vegetables. And so I committed lecho. Enjoy!
I found this recipe here and made these pancakes but I am not convinced to the corn flour. I wanted to try it in the pancakes to see whether the texture will be something I would like. On a scale from 1 to 10 I give them 5. They are tasty but I would change them for regular pancakes any time. Still believe it’s worth to try though.